Which kind of lower priced champagne is good for everyday drinking?
I am trying to find an affordable champagne that won't break the bank, but also isn't garbage (Andre's or Cook's). Basically I would like to not have to drink the bottom of the barrel, but I also don't want to pay a large sum of money for a bottle of champagne to drink on a weekend.
The problem is people either steer me toward LaMarca Prosecco (not champagne, runs about $11-$15), or they will show me bottles of true champagne behind glass.
Is there any advice on domestic sparkling white wines that are decent, but not crazy expensive, or French champagnes that you think are worth shipping?
Reference points: I live in Oregon and my favorite champagne from when I lived in France was G.H. Martel. I'm hoping to spend under $30.
Submitted May 30, 2017 at 10:47PM by bulbagill
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